Last month we told you that the first English version for Kingdom Under Fire II will be published in Southeast Asia by MMOGasia. Recently, we learned a few details about the different Game Modes, and Troops & Skill System.

RPG Mode RTS Mode

Kingdom Under Fire II will feature an RPG Mode where you will have full control over your Hero on a third person view, similar to other role playing games and an RTS Mode where you will gain the control and command of all troops, in a special bird eye view. Gamers will be able to switch from one mode to another in order to gain access to different functions.

PVE Mode PVP Mode

In terms of fighting, you will also have two different systems such as Raid (PvE) where you will fight against AI Bosses in a team of 8 or more players, and a PvP system where you will train your battle abilities and strategies against other players.

Troop System Troop System Troop System

In the RTS Mode you will be able to control several types of troops that can be categorized to close combat, ranged attack and supportive combat. Throughout your adventure you will gain access to special troops such as machines, vehicles and flying troops. All troops can be leveled up, evolved and combined to become stronger and effective in battle.

Skill System Kingdom Under Fire II Skill System

Both Hero and Troops will have their own Skill System where Heroes will have a unique set of skills with different effects from using skill combos, throwing the enemies to the sky and stomp to the floor with AoE attacks and Troops will be able to attack, defend or heal in order to support the Hero.

If you are wondering if your PC will handle this awesome game, don’t worry and take a look at Kingdom Under Fire II System Requirements listed below:

Minimum – OS: Windows XP/7/8, CPU: Dual Core 2.4 GHZ, VGA: GeForce 7600GT 256 MB, RAM: 2 GB, HDD: 15 GB and DirectX: 9.0c or higher.

Recommended – OS: Windows XP/7/8, CPU: Dual Core 2.8 GHZ, VGA: GeForce 9800GT 512 MB, RAM: 5 GB, HDD: 15 GB and DirectX: 9.0c or higher.

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